It is limited in the north by the Cacique Guaymallén Canal, and the Carril Lavalle, in the east by the General Belgrano railroad, in the south by the street Tomás Godoy Cruz, and in the west by the General San Martín railroad.
With an area of 15.54 square kilometres and a population of 8580 inhabitants, its population density is 552 inhabitants per square kilometre.
There are three schools, an emergency room, a health center, and there are neither a police department nor a police station.
The population density of this district is low. Located in the complementary area, the main activities of the area are inns, several wineries and poultry farms, campings and water resorts. The commune has in this district a plant nursery the municipal carpentry and an asphalt plant.
The road to Lavalle or Provincial Route 24, and the street Buenos Vecinos are the roads of fast circulation and the ones that connect the department with others. The district has an important road network composed by primary routes that cross it from the north to the south: Tirasso Street, and from the east to the west: Profesor Mathus.
History: This place used to be known as “El Saucecito” (little willow), without a doubt related to “El Sauce”, arboreal species which can be found in several places within this area. When Guaymallén was created this area as well as the Media Luna, Bermejo, La Lagunita and Buena Nueva became jurisdiction of the second district.
14- Colonia Segovia
It is limited in the north by the Cacique Guaymallén Canal, in the east by the San Miguel Canal, Milagro and Buena Nueva, in the south by Buenos Vecinos, Lillo alley, and Ferraris, and in the west by the General Belgrano railroad, the road to Lavalle, and Lagunita trench.
With an area of 21.9 square kilometres and a population of 5262 inhabitants, its population density is 240 inhabitants per square kilometre.
There are three schools, a police station, and a health center.
This district located in the rural area, concentrates activities related to the agriculture: Fruit and garlic packing companies, and sawmills for the manufacture of wooden boxes.
Their primary routes are provincial route 24 (well known as Carril a Lavalle) and the street Buenos Vecinos. Its secondary routes are Ferrari, Pasaje Francisco Alvarez, and Tabanera. Its inter-departmental streets are Buenos Vecinos, Severo del Castillo and Carril to Lavalle.
History: The origin of the name of this District dates back from the Colonization time, Colonel Augusto Segovia and his family, a wealthy family of the time dedicated to the agriculture and the cattle breeding. By the decree 43/57 the District is denominated Segovia Colony and by the decree 1985/85 its limits are confirmed.